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Will SQL-89 syntax be supported in OpenEdge 10.x?

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TitleWill SQL-89 syntax be supported in OpenEdge 10.x?
URL NameP95372
Article Number000112910
EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: All supported versions
OS: All supported platforms
Question/Problem Description

Will SQL-89 syntax be supported in OpenEdge 10.0x? 
Will SQL-89 syntax be supported in OpenEdge 10.1x? 
Will SQL-89 syntax be supported in OpenEdge 10.2x? 
Will SQL-89 syntax be supported in OpenEdge 11.x? 
Is SQL-89 syntax supported in releases after 10.1?
 
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SQL-89 functionality is officially deprecated in OpenEdge 10. 

The Open Interface Broker and Open Interface Driver interface are no longer shipped with the product, starting from OpenEdge 10.0A. Whilst some SQL-89 language elements remain in the product, customers are not advised to make use of them as no support has been added for new OpenEdge 10.x / 11.x features such as new data types, new ABL capabilities, etc. 

The recommended approach for customers wishing to use SQL connectivity is to use the SQL-92 interface, via JDBC / ODBC drivers.
 
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Last Modified Date5/30/2016 7:36 AM
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